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Epic Greek Salad

Published Saturday, 20 February, 2010 by Pman

The quickest and easiest adapted greek salad



  • 3-4 Salad Tomatoes
  • 2/3 of a portion sized (1/2) cucumber
  • 1/3 red onion
  • 1/2 packet of feta cheese
  • 1 packet of herb infused mixed olives (or anything equivalent, green olives recommended)
  • 1-2 teaspoons of jar pesto
  • Olive Oil
  • Packet Croutons (Optional) or Bread (Optional)
  • These are just guidelines. You can use however much of each ingredient to your liking.


This should serve 1 hungry male or 2 people for dinner


Half the tomatoes and cut each half into thin strips

Thinly slice the red onion

Cut the cucumber into thin 1/4 chunks or strips if you like

Cube the feta cheese

Layer the above prepared ingredients and olives into a bowl plate (or plate) in any order you like

In a small dish combine the pesto with some olive oil and stir well to make a dressing

*Place croutons in a side dish. If you want to make your own, chop some bread into small chunks and fry in some oil until crispy

Drizzle the dressing on top of the salad and enjoy!!

Note: The picture was when i did this the very first time. The croutons however weren't that good so make sure you chop the bread up into smaller chunks and fry well. Also the rest of the feta you can use to make cous cous which ill post a recipe of soon.


  • lyla 3 years ago

    wow.very well disgusting.or do you say nice .well i tink it was nice?

  • meeza 3 years ago

    i tried this recipie and it worked out perfect thanks

  • Jane 6 years ago

    So you took away the peppers in the greek salad and called it an epic version... I see. The tip on how to use up the rest of the feta is nice though.

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